Tom went to the YMCA charity Dump & Run, an unparalleled bazaar of objects each more fascinating and beautiful than the last. Here's the best stuff he saw, but didn't actually purchase while there.
Julie speaks with Donna Cox, Director of the Advanced Visualization Lab at NCSA, as she begins a new chapter.
Champaign-Urbana's premier maker space is celebrating 10 years of bringing people together to imagine and create.
Rithika chats with Dr. Rex Hess of Epivara Incorporation at the U of I about the company's revolutionary new technology and the recent $250,000 grant they've received from the National Science Foundation.
Rithika talks to Carle medical student Aaron Brown and Charles Burton of Don Moyer Boys & Girls Club to learn more their efforts to provide and promote free vaccinations and health information to all communities.
We spent some time at this past weekend's Beckman Institute Open House and review a few things.
Tom tackles Champaign-Urbana's most rugged peaks and reviews each.
INNER VOICES, the University of Illinois' social issues theatre ensemble, is celebrating 25 years of live performances probing difficult social issues that can imperil a student’s success in college and beyond.
Even though we're still under a stay-at-home order through the month of May, we can still enjoy the outdoors, and outdoor gaming. Be sure to stay safe!
Julie offers some suggestions for making the most out of your March.
Haven't made plans for Valentine's Day yet? Here are some suggestions.
Julie offers some suggestions for getting your local culture fix this month.
Champaign-Urbana has one of the most diverse, intelligent, and interesting communities in the state. Our Culture section highlights those people, places, and events that make us proud to live here.